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Boost Your Training with Mindful Eating

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Thu Apr 21st, 2016, 1 comments

Boost Your Training with Mindful Eating

It’s important to apply mindfulness principles widely to your life. But you’ll experience possibly the best mindfulness effects if you make an effort to eat mindfully.

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Four Core Strengthening Exercises to Improve Your Running

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Tue Apr 5th, 2016, 5 comments

Four Core Strengthening Exercises to Improve Your Running

Ensure that your running is healthy, proper and free of injury with these essential stretches. We even laid them out pre and post run, so you can make sure you have a stress free (and injury free) run!

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The Most Important Chi Skill

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Tue Mar 29th, 2016, 2 comments

The Most Important Chi Skill

In our books we write about the Chi Skills: Focusing the Mind, Body Sensing, Breathing, Relaxing, Non-identification. Which one is most important? It depends, of course, of what you most need, but we think it is Non-identification – learning to observe yourself, (and the world around you for that matter) without judgement, without bias, and with a great deal of kindness and compassion.

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Chi Running into Springtime with Good Technique

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Mon Mar 14th, 2016, 2 comments

Chi Running into Springtime with Good Technique

I've been training a bit more this spring; a few days of running, as well as cycling, and some circuit training work on the trails. Not to mention plenty of gardening and working in the yard! All of this movement has made me remember what the pain-free Chi Running and Chi Walking techniques have taught me about how to move my body.  Read more...

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The Importance of Varying Workouts: Adding Spice to Your Running Life

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Fri Feb 26th, 2016, 2 comments

The Importance of Varying Workouts: Adding Spice to Your Running Life

Have you ever hit a place in your running where your program feels a bit stale…even boring? This is a common problem for many runners, and while it’s more than just an issue of “boredom” it can affect your progress and stamina as a runner.

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5 Reasons to Avoid HIIT Treadmill Workouts

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Fri Feb 5th, 2016, 8 comments

5 Reasons to Avoid HIIT Treadmill Workouts

Running doesn’t have to be stressful. In fact, it can actually be very relaxing. We at Chi Running believe that running doesn’t have to always be intense, it can be rejuvenating while also reaping the same health benefits of an intense workout.

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February 2016 Instructor of the Month:

Posted by Super Admin on Sat Jan 16th, 2016, 0 comments

February 2016 Instructor of the Month:

Ed has been running for years—he loves it. He's done 10ks, half marathons, full marathons, runs on the beach, on hill trails, and anywhere else that he can get that runner's high. He's been teaching ChiRunning and ChiWalking for nearly 5 years, and just became a Master Instructor. For him, there is nothing like the end of a workshop when students leave knowing they have the tools to dramatically improve their energy efficiency and to reduce, even eliminate, injuries.

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Your posture and your stance toward the New Year

Posted by Katherine Dreyer on Fri Dec 18th, 2015, 3 comments

Your posture and your stance toward the New Year

Have you given up on New Year’s Resolutions? If so, you may be missing a great opportunity for the feeling of a new start that can make a huge difference in your life. Every morning is an opportunity to start anew. January is like the morning of the year ahead, a perfect time to initiate and take important steps toward your intentions.

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December 2015 Instructor of the Month: Alan Miller

Posted by Super Admin on Mon Dec 14th, 2015, 0 comments

December 2015 Instructor of the Month: Alan Miller

Alan has been an avid runner since 1978. He has paticipated in almost 80 marathons, including 30 New York City Marathons. He was the first place finisher in his age group at the 2008 NY Marathon.
Alan has a doctorate degree in education and has been teaching adult learners for over thirty years. His background as an educator, counselor, and coach, combined with his enthusiasm for the topic, enables his classes to be enlightening and fun. Alan loves teaching and feels extremely fortunate to be able to share the benefits of ChiRunning and ChiWalking with others.

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The Search for the Perfect Running Stride

Posted by Danny Dreyer on Wed Oct 14th, 2015, 14 comments

The Search for the Perfect Running Stride

I'll be the first to admit… I'd love to have the perfect running stride. Is there really a perfect stride?

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